EASIEST Off Grid Solar Power… just like a little Lego

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12 Replies to “EASIEST Off Grid Solar Power… just like a little Lego”

  1. We're SO PUMPED about this!! Thank you Zack – you've seriously changed the game for us with our RV! Excited to test it to the max☀⚡🔋…even without that TV cable

  2. Is the Humvee gonna get a similar setup to just passively regen miles while baking in the sun?

  3. This is great and all but as a JerryRig'r myself, i would like to see something comparable that i could put together that isnt going to cost me 12k.

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  5. The sealant on the RV roof is called Dicor self levelling sealant. It's available in caulking gun style tubes from an RV dealer. Eternabond tape works very well too. That flex seal may not last.

  6. So…. With this set up would you theoretically beable to hook say like a F150 lightning charger up to the RV and have it all set up and run together?

  7. it's shore power because it's what boats use, they connect to the shore/harbor so they don't have to keep their engines running while docked to power the living quarters

  8. It's nice that you are showing how accessible it is today to run your life on renewable electricity.
    Good education via practical demonstration.

  9. Y’all should do a collab with the 11 foot 8 bridge in Durham, NC. 😆

    An RV with that much stuff on top would be a juicy meal for the can-opener bridge.

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